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Der Anteil der Öffentlichkeit an dem neuzeitlichen Herrscherbild

, – von Warnke, Martin

warnke_martinDer Anteil der Öffentlichkeit an dem neuzeitlichen Herrscherbild

Der Anteil der Öffentlichkeit an dem neuzeitlichen Herrscherbild

Iconic Turn Lecture, 03.02.2005

Bewegliche Fluchtpunkte

, – von Asendorf, Christoph

asendorf_chrBewegliche Fluchtpunkte – Der Blick von oben und die moderne Raumanschauung

Radical Reductionism in Art and Science

, – von Kandel, Eric

kandel_eRadical Reductionism in Art and Science

Iconic Turn Lecture

Esthétique et éthique: l’image brûle

, , – von Didi-Huberman, Georges

did_hubermanEsthétique et éthique: l´image brûle

Iconic Turn Lecture

Shaping Things to Come

, – von Sterling, Bruce

Shaping Things to Come

Iconic Turn Lecture

Pictures want to be kissed

, – von Mitchell, WJT

mitchel_wjtBilder wollen geküsst werden, denn sie haben ihr eigenes Begehren. Der Erfinder des Pictorial Turn, W.T.J. Mitchell spricht in einem Interview über Lacan und die Frage, was Bilder wollen.

You say that pictures have their own lives and their own desires. You are actually writing a book about the lives and loves of images. Its title will be What do pictures want? What do you think pictures want?

Pictures want to be kissed. But then the question is: What is a kiss? A kiss is a gesture of affection, but it is also something which is beyond affection: the desire to incorporate. It is like something cannibalistic: the wish to incorporate something into you or the wish to be taken in by something. Eating and being eaten. I think one of the constitutive desires that make pictures what they are is that they are designed to be taken in. Diesen Beitrag weiterlesen »

Cloning Terror

, – von Mitchell, WJT

mitchell_lectureCloning Terror: The War of Images from 9/11 to the Abu Ghraib Photographs

Iconic Turn Lecture

Iconic Turn. Advantages of Neglect

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kohlhaas_lPost Iconic Turn. Advantages of Neglect

Iconic Turn Lecture